‘Get Here’ tuition waiver offers incentive for taking onsite classes this fall
OSU-Tulsa is offering undergraduate and graduate students a financial incentive for taking classes on campus this fall. The “Get Here” tuition waiver offers students a $250 discount for taking classes on campus instead of online for the Fall 2013 semester.
Undergraduate students with a 2.00 GPA must be taking at least 15 hours on site and not have any other tuition waivers. Graduate students with a 3.00 GPA must take at least nine hours on site, but may have other tuition waivers up to the cost of their tuition.
The “Get Here” Tuition Waiver is available for both resident and non-resident students. It applies to the cost of tuition only and may be combined with scholarships.
For more information on the “Get Here” tuition waiver or to see if you are eligible, contact the OSU-Tulsa Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid at 918-594-8273.
Storm shelters available on campus during severe weather
With severe weather season in full swing, OSU-Tulsa is reminding students, faculty and staff that storm shelters are available on campus. Review OSU-Tulsa’s guidelines for severe weather to determine what action to take.
OSU-Tulsa rarely closes. OSU-Tulsa officials monitor weather conditions and take action accordingly when severe weather is indicated. In the event of a tornado warning, OSU-Tulsa University Police will aid students, faculty, staff and visitors with instructions via campus loudspeaker system or in person. Unless directed otherwise, seek shelter in the following areas:
- Main Hall: 1100 wing, 1300 wing or 1400 wing restrooms (lower level).
- North Hall: Conference Center (includes the B.S. Roberts Room and North Hall 153, 155 and 156).
- Auditorium: Restrooms in the auditorium lobby or the Conference Center in North Hall.
- Administration Hall: First floor restrooms and other rooms away from windows.
- Helmerich Research Center: First floor interior restrooms adjacent to the atrium.
Stay away from windows and exterior doors, crouch down against a wall and protect your head with your arms. If you are caught outside of a building or in a car, lie flat on the ground, face down, preferably in a ditch or depression, but be alert for flash floods. It is generally too risky to go to another building once tornado sirens have sounded, so be aware of storm shelter locations.
OSU-Tulsa University Police will provide direction and issue the "All Clear" signal using the campus-wide loudspeaker system.
Cowboy Stampede comes to Green Country
The Tulsa Chapter of the OSU Alumni Association will host the Cowboy Stampede on Saturday, June 15 from 4-8 p.m. at Ritchie Ranch, 16850 S. 33rd West Ave., in Glenpool.
Outdoor activities include a barbeque dinner, Jupiter Jumps, hay rides and pony rides. Pistol Pete will also be at the event. A $250 OSU scholarship will be given away to one high school junior, senior or 2012 graduate in attendance.
The cost is $12 for adult members, $8 for children (ages 4-18) and free for kids under the age of four. Register online or call 918-594-8500 for more information.
OSU-Tulsa to provide parking for Tulsa Tough
OSU-Tulsa will provide parking for participants in Saint Francis Tulsa Tough’s Gran Fondo this Saturday. Tulsa Tough is a premier three-day cycling festival in Tulsa featuring competitive races, a Gran Fondo for cyclists of every level and a family townie ride.
Saturday’s Gran Fondo ride begins at 7:30 a.m. on Elgin Ave. between ONEOK Field and The John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park. Participants can park for free at OSU-Tulsa (Lot D). Parts of Elgin Ave. will be closed prior to the start of the race. Those visiting campus Saturday morning are encouraged to arrive early and anticipate traffic delays. For more information about weekend festivities, visit the Tulsa Tough website.